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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/28/11 Rossetti Infant- Toddler Scale Presented By: Martha Bevill Sarah Spivey Lauren Sorrell Emmily Fiedler
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9/28/11 Who is this test appropriate for? 0-36 months (0-3 years) Test is administered in 3 month groupings 0-3m 3-6m 6-9m 9-12 12-15 etc.
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9/28/11 What are the methods? Assess through direct caregiver report or direct observation If a parent questionaire is completed, that helps the SLP determine the age level of where to begin determines baseline/developmental age Or the examiner uses the childs chronological age
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9/28/11 Areas assessed: (1) Interaction-Attachment (relationship and communication between the caregiver and the infant) (2) Pragmatics (the way language is used to communicate and affect others) (3) Gestures (4) Play (both individual and interactive)
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9/28/11 Methods Observe period of free play with caregiver Record Then, clinician uses direct interaction to elicit remaining items on the scale
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9/28/11 Culturally and Linguistically Diverse -There is an interview for the parents and the test in general provides everything in Spanish as well as English -Because the test has many opportunities for the caregivers to give information on their child and it incorporates the caregiver’s interaction, the test is able to
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9/28/11 Examples of what to look for while testing… http://www.youtube.com/watch?
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